Projects

Launched in 2015, members of Representation, Fabrication and Computing will initiate research projects, make things, host seminars and organise conferences to develop the agenda of the group and build its profile.

  • Digital Reconstruction of the Garden of Alexander Pope

    This research project by Professor Paul Richens, Professor Architectural Computing, will digitally reconstruct the garden of Alexander Pope, located on the River Thames, between Twickenham and Teddington, using interactive computer game technology.

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  • Fonthill Abbey

    This research project by Professor Paul Richens, Professor Architectural Computing, will digitally reconstruct Fonthill Abbey, the most extraordinary private house ever created in Britain, using interactive computer game technology.

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Robotic Arm in the Fabrication Laboratory Westminster

Fabrication Laboratory Westminster

Members of Representation, Fabrication and Computing draw on the extensive capabilities of the new Fabrication Laboratory Westminster.

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